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EMIGRATION.—During the year 1848 only 351 persons emigrated to the United States from Gelderland. In 1847 the number of emigrants was 1515. A letter from Bremen states that emigration for California is going on to a great extent in Germany. In that port alone, II vessels were be
February 24, 1849 - Emigrant and the Colonial Advocate - London, London, England
 
These splendid ships have full poops, with first-rate accommodations for cabin passengers; and their 'tween decks being lofty and well

These splendid ships have full poops, with first-rate accommodations for cabin passengers; and their 'tween decks being lofty and well

ventilated, they afford most desirable opportunities fur the accommodation of intermediate and steerage passengers. They will be fitted and provisioned in all respects on a similar plan to the vessels now being despatched by Her Majesty's Colonization Commissioners, and the same
January 27, 1849 - Emigrant and the Colonial Advocate - London, London, England
 
• OR SYDNEY Direct, under enitoti& gagement with Her Majesty's Colonial Land and Emigration Commissioners, and will positivel y ..

• OR SYDNEY Direct, under enitoti& gagement with Her Majesty's Colonial Land and Emigration Commissioners, and will positivel y ..

leave the Docks on the Ist of February, the splendid ship JOHN BRIGHT, A 112 yeant,s9l tons register, A. C. M'LLAN, commander; lying in the West India Dock. Has superior poop accommodation for passengers, and will carry an experienced surgeon. For freight or cabin passage only a
January 27, 1849 - Emigrant and the Colonial Advocate - London, London, England
 
- rGYPTIAN HALL.-BANNTARD'S GRAND MOVING PANORAMA of the MISSISSIPPI RIVER Is EXHIBITED twice every day. This is the largest painting

- rGYPTIAN HALL.-BANNTARD'S GRAND MOVING PANORAMA of the MISSISSIPPI RIVER Is EXHIBITED twice every day. This is the largest painting

In the world, and presents 3,000 miles of American scenery through the heart of America, and embraces 12 degrees of latitude from the Yellow Stone river to the city of /sew Orleans. Admission—lower seats, 25.; gallery, is. The panorama commences moving at half-past 2 and half-pa
January 27, 1849 - Emigrant and the Colonial Advocate - London, London, England
 
VIiIIGRATION.—Cabin and Steerage Passengers going long Voyages to Au.stralia, Zealand, or the Cape, can depend upon BARKER'S PRESERVED PROY*ONS as

VIiIIGRATION.—Cabin and Steerage Passengers going long Voyages to Au.stralia, Zealand, or the Cape, can depend upon BARKER'S PRESERVED PROY*ONS as

being of the first rate quality. LIST OP PRICIXB or Barker's Patent Preserved Provisions. I MADE Dlsnts.—contd. s. d. , Ragout of Giblets, per lb. 1 G 91 Curried Fowls . . . . each 7 6 I A GAME. Soda :Vizi. s. d. Mi1k............per quart 1 3 Ditto ............ per pint 0 9 Ditt
March 10, 1849 - Emigrant and the Colonial Advocate - London, London, England
 
/NDIA.

/NDIA.

The overland mail brought official dispatches from the scat of war, and intelligence from Bombay to the 3d of ffebruary, and from Calcutta to January the 20th. FALL OF MOULTAN. A notification had been published by the Governor- General, to the effect that "on the morning of the
March 10, 1849 - Emigrant and the Colonial Advocate - London, London, England
 
Sum now payable. X s. d. 1195 19 4 1111 19 7 1027 6 5

Sum now payable. X s. d. 1195 19 4 1111 19 7 1027 6 5

March 10, 1849 - Emigrant and the Colonial Advocate - London, London, England
 
" TIIE COLOAIST."

" TIIE COLOAIST."

We are reminded that in the opening article of our last namber, we erroneously ascribed to Captain 'Warburton some judicious suggestions to intending emigrants which are due to another hand. The quotation was from the second number of the Co!onist, by referring to which it will
March 3, 1849 - Emigrant and the Colonial Advocate - London, London, England
 
Outfit for £l2 10s.

Outfit for £l2 10s.

Outfit for £l2 An Outfit Suitable for a Gentleman For a Voyage of about Four Months, With every necessary requisite for the same. EVERY ARTICLE BEING OF • RESPECTABLE
February 3, 1849 - Emigrant and the Colonial Advocate - London, London, England
 
PINT 1. -TIIE COLONY.

PINT 1. -TIIE COLONY.

In this lecture I propose to relate briefly my recollections of South Australia; a land where is opened a prospect of the most cheering kind, for the thousands who in this country can with difficulty obtain, for themselves and families, the necessaries of existence. The present
February 3, 1849 - Emigrant and the Colonial Advocate - London, London, England